Bluetooth Connectivity – Phones with an active Bluetooth signal can be integrated with the car’s control and audio system if the car supports this wireless technology. Make sure the phone is pairing with other devices in the settings menu. 

Audio Cables – Whether you have an Android or iOS device, you can play internet radio through a phone that is plugged into the vehicle directly. A USB lead or official Apple connector fits into adaptable ports within the dashboard, glove box or near the gearstick, wherever the right connection point is within your car. 

Cassette Adapters – Older cars may not have any aux inputs. Radios designed solely for cassettes will require a special adapter in the shape of a tape. You can buy these in most accessory stores; they connect to a phone cable and transfer audio data through the tape heads. 

Headsets and Earphones – If it is safe to do so, and the laws of your country permit, some wireless earphones have internet radio functionality. The headphones or earphones will most likely link to your phone via Bluetooth, so again, remember to turn on connectivity.




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  • Sheila
    Sheila Club His Hop Indianapolis
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    That's cool....Rolling out vibing to His Hop radio

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